Haydeé Muñoz De la Rocha
Haydeé Muñoz De la Rocha earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Haydeé studied painting in Florence, Italy under the internationally renowned artist Eva Rorandelli. She also had the honor to study under Malaquias Montoya, a major figure in the Chicano Art Movement of the 1960s-70s, at UTSA. Haydeé Muñoz is also an international art promoter. Last January, she directed the promotion of Pancho Villa’s “Last Saddle” auction throughout México. Last year, Muñoz curated and organized the international exhibition Mexico: Rolando Rojas, Amador Montes, and Daniela Sacramento. Muñoz is currently working on an MBA in International Business at the University of Texas at San Antonio. The Founder and Director of ARTSHOP, ART Magazine, and ARTFEST, is also a conrtibutor for artdaily.org and Kindform.
Erika Mullins received a Bachelor of Arts in the Arts with a minor in Art History at the University of Texas at San Antonio and presently works as the San Antonio Director for nationwide organization RAW:Natural Born Artists. Erika was honored for her Art History writing and research at the San Antonio College Spring Symposium in 2009 and has shown her sculpture work in student exhibitions during her time at UTSA.
Intern – Calendar Editor
Jennifer was born in Silver Springs, Maryland. She has lived in San Antonio since the age of 5, and graduated from the Academy of Creative Education. She is currently a graduating senior at the University of Texas at San Antonio where she is majoring in English with a concentration in Professional Writing. Castillo is currently working as Calendar Editor for Art Magazine.
Alana Jean Coates earned a bachelor’s degree in both Art and Art History from the University of Rhode Island. She also successfully completed graduate course work in Museum Studies at the Harvard Extension School. In December of 2012, she obtained a master’s degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio in Art History along with a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Administration and Leadership. She has worked for over ten years in the creative sector holding a number of positions at reputable organizations such as Gallery Night Providence, Gallery Z, and The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center. She currently holds a position as Development Administrative Assistant at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
Alexandra Zuzula is the Public Programs and Volunteer Manager at the San Antonio Museum of Art. She is also a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University in Museum Studies. A native San Antonian, Alexandra loves art, running, food, and writing.
Jennifer Beeler holds an M.A. in History from the University of Toronto and a B.A. in History with a minor in Painting from the University of Texas at El Paso. She has presented her award-winning research concerning the cultural and political history of the Polish-German borderland to academic audiences in Europe and North America. In addition to promoting the arts, Jennifer is an advocate for educational equity, economic empowerment, global engagement, and healthful living.
Armando Estrada is a San Antonio based writer and musician. He was born in San Antonio but then moved to the states of Colorado, Wisconsin and Tennessee where he got a plethora of musical and cultural tastes and differences. Music is the major of his study with focus on composition, theory and arrangement, however literature has been a guiding source in his life. The written word, to him, can single handedly describe and shape the future and past of mankind. He works within the art community putting in anyway he can whether it be through words or tones and will be continuing his education working towards an M.A in music in the fall.